RUN FOR YOUR LIFE: Human Bowling! | YouTube Nation | Friday

RUN FOR YOUR LIFE: Human Bowling! | YouTube Nation | Friday


JACOB SOBOROFF: Hey, it’s Jacob. Today we’ve got Bonnie and Clyde
minus Clyde, a human bowling ball, and the
world’s saddest chef. KEVIN MILES: I just happen to
not have a girlfriend anymore. [THEME MUSIC] JACOB SOBOROFF:
I’ve got two words for you guys– human bowling. These guys are riding a
human-sized hamster ball called a zorb down
Mammoth Mountain. [UPBEAT MUSIC] JACOB SOBOROFF: If I
ever get to do this, I would like to be the guy
inside the ball please. Devinsupertramp has the best
job in the entire world. This is his second
video this week, and they’re both blowing up. For this one, he travelled all
the way to Aruba for American Gladiators-style action. [UPBEAT MUSIC] JACOB SOBOROFF: He’s been making
these videos for three years. He’s got over 300 million views. Go to his channel, but be
warned, you ain’t gonna leave. LIZZIE: This next
video is a classic Valentine’s Day tale of boy
meets girl, girl leaves boy, and then boy spends the
rest of his days cooking single servings of sadness. Kevin Miles is
back to show us how to cook the perfect
Valentine’s Day meal for one. KEVIN MILES: Lay out
the dough like you see in all those commercials
with all those people having fun. Hey bro, nice party,
where’s the beer? It’s over by my girlfriend. Oh wow, she’s so beautiful. And the best part is
we’re still together. LIZZIE: It’s been more than six
years since these guys posted one of these. Go subscribe to their channel
so they make more, and happy Valentine’s day. JACOB SOBOROFF: A week
ago Aviccii released a 16-second trailer for
his new music video. That 16 seconds alone
got over 2 million views. Today, got the
full video for ya. This was shot over
six days in Sweden with temperatures as low
as negative 27 degrees. It’s a 1940s Bonnie
and Clyde story starring two
Swedish movie stars. [MUSIC – AVICII, “ADDICTED TO
YOU”] JACOB SOBOROFF: The singer
on the track is Audra Mae. She’s the great grand
niece of Judy Garland. Avicii’s got almost a billion
views in just over two years, so you know this video’s
going to be huge. ALEX: 3.7 billion years
ago, explorers set off in a boat to find
cheese on the moon. I think that that’s the plot of
this amazing claymation movie. This took nearly
three years to make, and the creator handcrafted
this entire stop motion trailer by himself, and it is glorious. MALE SPEAKER 1: Well-equipped
to mine the lunar surface for its
riches, the crew was ill-prepared to navigate
the human tides of jealousy, inebriation, and love. ALEX: Here’s the craziest
part– this guy only has four subscribers. What? That’s it. No. Go over there and
show him some love. JACOB SOBOROFF: This
next video is in French, but honestly it
doesn’t matter if you speak English or Klingon,
because this thing is pretty funny. SURICATE just released
this video showing us what classic movie cliches
would look like in real life. [SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] JACOB SOBOROFF:
This is the sequel to their Movies versus Life
video from last year that has over 5 million views. Subscribe to their channel
for more good stuff. [SPEAKING FRENCH] MALE SPEAKER 2: Stump Earnest. JACOB SOBOROFF: OK. Earnest, today’s
challenger is Kanakadea. Find me a video of a toddler
doing practical particle physics. EARNEST: Kanakadea,
meet romanieo. This scientific inquiry
was filmed back in 2011 when romanieo was only
two and a half years old. MALE SPEAKER 3: One, two three,
four, five, six, seven, eight. What atom has eight electrons? ROMANIEO: Oxygen. MALE SPEAKER 4: All right. EARNEST: I, myself,
was nine before delving into mystifying realm
of particle physics. Bravo, little man. Oh, and Kanakadea? Boom. JACOB SOBOROFF: Get in
the ring with the champ. Drop your challenge below
using #stumpearnest. Guys, thank you so much for
sending your YouTube crushes. Keep them coming. Links are below, playlists
are about to pop up. Remember to subscribe. Now play us out, Chela. [MUSIC PLAYING- CHELA,
“ROMANTICISE”]